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(via (1) Final Murder in the First Stage Door)

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The New York Times review of Murder In The First in print - Fri June 15th 2012.
online article HERE

The New York Times review of Murder In The First in print - Fri June 15th 2012.

online article HERE

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@guyburnetreal @joan_rivers and Guy’s delightful mom at Murder in the First, Guy’s American Theater Deubt twitter.com/sassygirl14/st…
— Raellen Foreman (@sassygirl14) June 11, 2012
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@Joan_Rivers at Murder in First w/ @chadkimball1 @guyburnetreal @AnthoulaKats Joan commented that the show was amazing! twitter.com/sassygirl14/st…
— Raellen Foreman (@sassygirl14) June 11, 2012
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❝ Guy Burnet (Henry Davidson) offers a performance of unquestionable veracity. He’s so good, you simply accept him as the brilliant, dogged, naïve Henry. Realizations flicker across his face, a pause before responding to verbal attack creates naturalistic timing, you can practically hear him think, and certainly feel the actor seethe. Burnet is as dynamic during trial as he is quietly attentive when struggling with Willie. Two handed dialogues are strong and sensitive. An actor to watch. ❞
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